The Nonprofit Resiliency Project will work with a number of low-income nonprofit organizations that provide temporary and/or permanent housing services for underprivileged and marginalized individuals.
Over the next two years, LEN will be working with 9 local organizations to implement retrofit projects in 26 buildings which will lead to cost savings, increased comfortability, and improved energy efficiency.
Through this initiative, existing infrastructure will be transformed to become more sustainable and environmentally friendly, creating safer and more comfortable spaces for clients to stay in.
Participating organizations include:
- Canadian Mental Health Association
- Chippewas of the Thames First Nation Treaty, Lands and Environment
- Community Living London
- London Affordable Housing Foundation
- St. Leonard’s Community Centre
- Youth Centre for Change
- Youth Opportunities Unlimited
- The Women's Interval Home of Sarnia-Lambton
This project is supported by: